Miami's Ten Best Burritos: Hot Dogs, Skinny Ones, Tofu Ones, Even Tongue
Though it has a large Latino influence, Miami's not the biggest burrito town. That doesn't mean you can't find one, just that you have to work a little harder. Here are ten of our favorites:
Though completely non-traditional, the burrito dog is one indulgent delicious hot mess. Two grilled dogs are topped with chili, bacon, chopped onions, sour cream, cheese, and yellow mustard, before being blanketed in a gigantic flour burrito -- then grilled again to merge the ingredients together. Salty, hot, creamy -- it's a guilty pleasure that tastes like summer ($5.95).
Situated near UM, Taco Rico provides the kind of food college kids need - burritos in portions large enough to either share or that can provide two meals on a student budget. But Taco Rico also gets it right with tasty burritos, filled with chunks of grilled chicken pork, ground beef ($6.95), or steak ($7.70). Order it wet to have your burrito doused with enchilada sauce and melted cheese.
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